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Market Regulation Without Reunifi Cation: An Instance Of (Dis)Integration?

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In view of the total suspension of the acquis in the government controlled area of the Republic of Cyprus (RoC), it is argued that Protocol 10 serves as a legal basis for instruments of secondary legislation establishing the re-regulatory regime in Cyprus encompassing the substitution of the rules of the Internal Market in Cyprus and/or the economic development of the northern part of the island. The re-regulatory regime of a divided Cyprus in its current form represents an incomplete attempt of institutionalisation of the principles of the Europeanisation of Cyprus through economic governance due to the conservative application of the framework designed in Protocol 10. As a result, the spillover effects of the Internal Market onto other areas of European Union (EU) policy, which could lead to the positive integration of the Turkish Cypriot community into the EU and hopefully to Cyprus' full integration into the EU, appear limited.

Keywords: economic governance; European Union (EU) policy; internal market; regulatory regime; Republic of Cyprus (RoC); Turkish Cypriot community

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